ACPR published the draft version of CREDITHAB 2.1.0 taxonomy for monthly reporting of indicators for monitoring the risk associated with mortgage loans in France. It is the first taxonomy resulting from regulations on monthly indicators for monitoring the risk of mortgage loans in France. The comment period for this version of the taxonomy ends on June 08, 2020. The taxonomy applies to the banking sector and comes into force from October 2020.
The draft of CREDITHAB Version 2.1.0 package includes taxonomy, description and release notes, instructions, data point model dictionary, taxonomy controls, and a skeleton instance file. This taxonomy has an architecture and structure similar to that of the Capital Requirements Regulation (CRR)/Capital Requirements Directive (CRD) IV taxonomies of EBA or Solvency II of EIOPA.
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Comment Due Date: June 08, 2020
Effective Date: October 2020
Keywords: Europe, France, Banking, Taxonomy, CREDITHAB Taxonomy, Credit Risk, CRR/CRD, DPM, XBRL, RRE, Mortgage Lending, Reporting, ACPR
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